Asnuntuck Community College's Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center is proud to announce that five Eppendorf employees have completed a 78-week program for Electro-Mechanical Maintenance at the college. The students were Daniel Ferreira, Krystal Williams, Mike Senecal, Christopher Moody and Mike Rattell. The program was designed in concert with Eppendorf and Asnuntuck. A second program is currently on-going. The students are expected to complete that program, this October.
Caption for photo: Front row, left to right, Krystal Williams, Work Cell Technician; Danny Ferreira, Technical Specialist; Mike Senecal, Work Cell Technician and Gary Revicki Electronics/Electro-Mechanical Instructor. Back row left to right, Axel Cramer, VP Manufacturing, Polymere Division; Steven Chickosky, Production Manager, Polymere; Christopher Moody, Work Cell Technician; Kirti Patel, President and CEO Eppendorf; Frank Gulluni, Director of Asnuntuck Community College Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center; Jeff Malo, Technical Supervisor, Polymere. Missing from photo Mike Rattell. Photo by Julie Cotnoir
The courses taught during the first program were, Circuit Theory 1 and 2, Math for Electricity & Electronics, Industrial Motor Controls & Robotics, Pneumatics & Hydraulics,Variable Speed Drives, Industrial Maintenance, Conveyor Systems, PM Procedures and PLC's.
To learn more about ACC's Advanced Manufacturing Technology Program and/or opportunities for training employees, for your company, visit http://www.asnuntuck.edu or contact Paul Felici at 860-253-3189 (email@example.com).